College of Social Sciences
12 achievements

12 achievements

Vera, David
Van Vleck, V., & Vera, D.  (2017). Cops and/or Courts? A Panel Granger-Causality Analysis of DUI in California.  International Journal of Social Economics. 44(3).
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Vera, D., Onji, K., & Osada, T.  (2017). Banks restructuring sonata: How capital injection triggered labor force rejuvenation in Japanese banks.  The B. E. Journal of Economic Analysis & Policy. 17(2).
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Vera, D.  (2016). The effect of new mortgage-underwriting rule on community (smaller) banks’ mortgage activity.  Journal of Applied Business and Economics. 18(6), 101-111.
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Vera, D., Onji, K., & Gai, P.  (2014). Are All Financial Crises Created Equal? Wholesale Funding and Two Financial Crises.  Applied Economics. 46(27), 3284-3299.
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Xu, P., & Vera, D.  (2014). Agriculture Sustainability: A California Agribusiness Students’ Perspective.  International Journal of Business and Management. 9(5), p1.
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Onji, K., Vera, D., & Gai, P.  (2012). Banking Structures and the Transmission of Shocks to the Real Sector.  Achieving Sustainable Growth in East Asia. (pp.298-419) ERIA Research Project.
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Vera, D.  (2012). How responsive are banks to monetary policy shocks?.  Applied Economics. 2335-2346.
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Vera, D., Onji, K., & Corbett, J.  (2012). Capital injection, restructuring targets and personnel management: the case of Japanese regional banks.  Journal of the Japanese and International Economies. 26(4).
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Vera, D., & Onji, K.  (2010). Tax law asymmetries and income shifting: Evidence from Japanese capital keiretsu.  The B.E. Journal of Economic Analysis & Policy. 10(1).
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Vera, D., & Onji, K.  (2010). Changes in the banking system and small business lending.  Small Business Economics. 34(3), 293–308.
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Vera, D., & Mendoza, O.  (2010). The asymmetric effect of oil shocks on an oil-exporting economy.  Latin American Journal of Economics. 47(135), 3-10.
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Vera, D.  (2009). How robust is the Fed reaction function to changes in the output gap specification?.  Applied Economics. 43(9), 1059-1065.
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